(Loyd pre-lab #22 applies). In this experiment, the students will produce standing waves from sound waves in a resonance tube. A tube partially filled with water will serve as the resonance tube. A digital function generator and speakers will be used to produce sound waves in the resonance tube. The students will determine the following: several effective lengths of the closed tube at which resonance occurs for each frequency, the wavelength of the generated function from the effective length of the resonance tube, and the speed of sound from the measured wavelengths and known generated function frequencies. The measured speed of sound will be compared to the known value.
|Beaker, 1000ml - Pyrex||JE-105A-S73||1 per table|
|Probe, Handheld Digital Multimeter||JE-105A-X32 (on Wall)||1 per table|
|Microphones and Speakers||JE-105A-D16||1 per table|
|Resonance tubes||JE-105A-to the right of D96||1 per table|
|Meter Stick - 2.00m||JE-105A-(105 Door-L)||1 per table|
|Function Generators, Digital||JE-105A-S63||1 per table|
Make sure that the room has plenty of paper.